Need for leadership in cybersecurity
, Jarno Limnéll
How do we keep ourselves, our companies and our society secure and trustworthy when so much is digitalized?
Aalto PRO Digital Summit focuses on the future of trust by delving into topics around technological revolution, security, humanity, and emotional intelligence.
In a time of digital transformation, the business community and society as a whole must deal with complex and rapid changes, instability, and a flow of technological inventions. We have begun to understand the importance of trust as one of the cornerstones of resilient and responsible business and society. Technological solutions are enabling new ways of acting and working with each other. For us to trust in technologies, they must be secure, functional, and human.
Our time calls for digital leadership which is not only about the functionality and utility of technological solutions for business people but also about change management and the human and security aspects in both the business environment and society. The successful leaders of tomorrow will approach trust within digitalization as both an opportunity and a prerequisite for growth and innovation.
When change is the new constant – how do you keep up? Join us for a day of thought-provoking keynotes and discussions with peer professionals!
Note that this program is held in Finnish.
Gain deeper insight into the importance of humanity and security in digitalization and incorporation of these in business and in society.
Network with peer professionals and get the latest insights on how to balance the human factor with technology in a disruptive change environment.
Plan for the future by understanding the connection between trust and a digitalized environment.
Mikko Hyppönen, CRO, F-Secure
Trust as a Human Experience
Katri Saarikivi, Project Manager, University of Helsinki
|10.30||Break and Networking|
Trust in an Altered Security Environment
|11.50||Afternoon Adventure Preparations|
|13.00||Let's Play! Choose a path depending on your interest and prepare for a data razzmatazz!|
Ethical Data Usage
Learn how to survive in the data dungeon in the playground of Defend or Die.
Trust as an Enabler for a Fair Data Economy
Ethical Use of Technologies
Secure Hack Your Data
Bubble bath your brain and make explosive mind sprints to the next level.
Non-negotiable Human Attributes in Digital Transformation
Technology-driven Changes Calling for Digital Leadership
Future of Humanity
Security Endowing Change
Battle the darkness by fencing for right and wrong in an Orwellian world.
Designing Digital and Human Working Life
Secure Pivoting Using New Technologies
|15.15||Break and Networking|
|15.45||End Game and Wrap-up-wrestle|
|16.15||Cocktails and Mingle|
|17.30||Event Ends but the Future Awaits!|
The following speakers are presenting in the Aalto PRO Digital Summit.
The list of speakers will be updated during the spring.
Paula Bello is a Senior Design Consultant at Livework Studio and Doctor of Arts from the University of Art and Design Helsinki UIAH (now Aalto University). Her doctorate investigated how globalization has affected design practices and the role that it plays as driver and mediator in a globalized world.
Paula Bello has extensive experience in various managerial roles within design. For the past seven years as design manager in a large corporation (rated by Forbes as in top 50 innovators in the world), she leads an international team tasked with building global design offerings for products and services.
Mikko Hypponen is a global security expert. He has worked at F-Secure since 1991. Mr. Hypponen has written on his research for the New York Times, Wired and Scientific American and he appears frequently on international TV. He has lectured at the universities of Stanford, Oxford and Cambridge.
He was selected among the 50 most important people on the web by the PC World magazine and was included in the FP Global 100 Thinkers list. Mr. Hypponen sits in the advisory boards of t2 and Social Safeguard and in the advisory panel for the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
Tiina Härkönen is a Leading Specialist at Sitra, working with the IHAN® project. Sitra’s project IHAN® aims to build the foundation for a fair and functioning data economy. The main objectives are to create a method for data exchange and to set up European level rules and guidelines for ethical use of data. With her work, she seeks to make the online world a better and safer place.
Previously, Tiina Härkönen has held Senior positions in marketing, communications, and business development in IT, telecom and logistics industries. Previous employers include Posti , OpusCapita, SAS Institute, Elisa Corporation, and Nokia.
Esko Kilpi is the Managing Director at Esko Kilpi Company. In addition to his work as an executive adviser, Esko Kilpi lectures internationally on the topics of social complexity, digital work and networked value creation based on the latest interaction technologies. A large part of his work has previously concentrated on the principles of lean management and organizational agility based on non-linear systems thinking.
He has been a member of the advisory board for the World Bank on Knowledge Management. He has also been a member of an expert think tank on Knowledge Management for the EU. Currently he serves as an advisory board member for a selected group of high tech start-ups.
Esko Kilpi is a founding member of the Entovation Group. Esko is a Taos Institute Associate, Intentac fellow and a visiting faculty member at the Adianta School for Leadership and Innovation in New Delhi.
Jarno Limnéll is a Professor of Practice in Cyber Security at Department of Communications and Networking at Aalto University. He is also the CEO of Tosibox Ltd.
He has been working with security issues for more than 20 years, and he has the profound understanding of the global threat landscape, combined with the courage to address the most complex issues.
Professor Limnéll holds a Doctor of Military Science degree in Strategy from the National Defense University in Finland; a Master of Social Science degree from Helsinki University; and an Officer's degree from the National Defense University. Professor Limnéll has published a comprehensive list of works on security issues. His most recent book is “Cybersecurity for decision-makers.”
Katri Saarikivi works as a researcher at University of Helsinki. She is a cognitive neuroscientist, researcher, team leader and co-founder of the NEMO project (Natural Emotionality in Digital Interaction), which won the grand-prize in the science-based idea competition, Helsinki Challenge.
In her research, she explores the neural mechanisms behind empathy and fruitful interaction, particularly in digital environments. She is fascinated by social cognition, cognitive control, and how these functions emerge from the brain processes.
As an independent consultant and speaker, Saarikivi works with organizations on subjects like the future of work, digital work, connectivity, creativity, and human-centeredness. She hopes to bring relevant neuroscientific knowledge to organizations to support human interaction and learning, and thereby better value-creation.
Katri Saarikivi holds a Master’s in Psychology from the University of Helsinki.
In the summit, you will hear insights from experts in the field of leadership, security, psychology, and digitalization. After the program, you will understand the importance of trust management and how companies, people and society form an environment of trust in this digitalized era. During the summit, we will dig deeper into how trust is experienced and discuss the potential of technological solutions in times of disruptive change.
Aalto PRO Digital Summit is designed for experts, leaders, and executives seeking new and effective ways of improving business alongside digital solutions.